30 Sep 2015
New Delhi: Hardik Patel, leader of the Patel agitation in Gujarat, today announced plans to expand his movement across the country and began by batting for Gujjars in Delhi with a demand for return of their land acquired for various purposes.
26 Sep 2015
Ahmedabad: Patel quota movement leader Hardik Patel yesterday announced he would launch a 'lollipop movement' in the state to express displeasure over Gujarat government's package for students of economically backward classes which he alleges does not offer anything substantial to the Patel community.
24 Sep 2015
Malda (WB): BJP's state committee observer Kailah Vijay Bargi today said that his party would soon launch a movement in all the districts of West Bengal to highlight the 'misdeeds' by Trinamool Congress ahead of 2016 assembly elections.
31 Aug 2015
New Delhi/Ahmedabad: The agitation for quotas for Patels in government jobs and educational institutions will be expanded to other states and include castes like Kurmis and Gujjars, Hardik Patel, who led the stir that plunged Gujarat into violence said.
21 Aug 2015
Bengaluru: IT czar and former UIDAI Chief Nandan Nilekani today said India is witnessing a "Whatsapp" like movement in the finance sector due to emergence of payments banks, e-sign, IMPS and other technology-related revolutions.
08 Sep 2013
Hyderabad: Protests against the decision to bifurcate Andhra Pradesh continued in coastal Andhra and Rayalaseema regions of the state on Sunday.
10 Aug 2015
New Delhi: Aiming at a paradigm shift in the freight operations, Indian Railway will come out with a Time Table for goods train movement, a first for the public transporter, to attract more loadings and improve the delivery schedule.
17 Jun 2015
Bhopal: The movement of trains was badly affected in Bhopal division of West Central Railway after signalling system collapsed following a fire today in route relaying interlocking (RRI) cabin of Itarsi station - one of the biggest railway junctions in the country.
05 Aug 2015
Peshawar/Kabul: If the first public comments from the Afghan Taliban's newly appointed leader are anything to go by, Akhtar Mohammad Mansour recognises how fractured the militant movement has become and that humility and consensus may be his best way forward.
25 Jun 2015
New Delhi: Even after 40 years down the line, the nation cannot afford to forget the trauma of Emergency when all the fundamental rights and civil liberties were suspended. Political leaders of all hues in the Opposition were taken in for preventive detention and newspapers were shut down.